« Homosassa Springs, FL | Main | On the Road Again »

March 17, 2010


Alan & Marilyn

You have very good reasons to be proud of your book -- it looks great -- and what an awesome idea. And Molly -- what a beautiful tribute to her. She was blessed to have you as "parents" -- she was loved & well taken care of. I know she brought joy to you as well. Be careful this summer in your travels and we can't wait to meet up in Goshen for the Escapade. Take care & God bless -- Alan & Marilyn


I stumbled upon your blog while researching Florida State Parks a few weeks back and have been following ever since.

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Molly sounded like a great dog.

Jim & Cathy Palm

So sorry to hear about Molly, it was just over a year ago that we had to put down our cat of 23 years, but she's still with us. I find that at times I'm still careful when opening the door so she doesn't try to sneak out and in the middle of the night I swear she's sleeping on my legs. I'm sure that Molly will be traveling with you for a long time yet, as Tiger is still with us.

Debbie From Illinois

I just found your Blog using Google. My husband and I are looking forward to hitting the road in 3 years when he retires at 56. I added you Blog to my favorites. :)

Sorry about the passing of your sweet dog Molly.

Audrey (&Gary)

We found your info on publishing very interesting. Thank you for shaing. We do a Blog and my husband had it printed in B&W right after we found out about my cancer. It is in a notebook binder and I am doing fine now. I may try what you are showing as we begin our westward trek this fall. We will leave Red Oaks, Bushnell in less than two weeks, going north first.

Susan M. Douglas

Your story was so intriging today, I read it at work during my lunch hour. We're on our way to Myrtle Beach and I stumbled upon it. Thank you so much for sharing your dream. It's given me a new dream too. Sorry to hear about Molly. She had a wonderful life with you.
I wish you both well on your journies. God Bless.


I found your blog by trying to find out what white flower was on Garden Key in the Dry Tortugas. I have just started blogging and recently used Blurb to make a simple book about my Spring Break visit with my Dad; a great book at a cheap cost. I have been a lot of places that you two have traveled as well yet not blogged about them all. I find your blog inspiring and motivating to get out and see more. I look forward to reading more of your blog!

The comments to this entry are closed.

My Photo

Daily Bible Verse

Our Current Weather

Get New Posts Automatically Via E-Mail

  • Enter your email address:

    Delivered by FeedBurner

Hit Counter

Maps of Our Travels

  • Click on map for our 2017 travel route.

  • Click on map for our 2016 travel route.

  • Click on map for our 2015 travel route.

  • Click on map for our 2014 travel route.

  • Click on map for our 2013 travel route.

  • Click on map for our 2012 travel route.

  • Click on map for our 2011 travel route.

  • Click on map for our 2010 travel route.

  • Click on map for our 2009 travel route.

  • Click on map for our 2008 travel route.

  • Click on map for our 2006 travel route.

  • Click on map for our 2007 travel route.

States and Provinces Where We've Been


Blog powered by Typepad
Member since 07/2006